Mindful Feldenkrais® movement classes and individual lessons provide a simple path to improve vitality and performance, reduce and manage chronic pain, movement limitations and stress - problems that arise from our activities or from injury, illness and surgery; or conditions like arthritis, cancer, CP, MS, scoliosis and stroke. Contact Carole Bucher, BA, GCFP/T, for life-changing Awareness Through Movement® & Functional Integration®. The only ongoing Feldenkrais classes in NV since 2009.
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Monday, May 29, 2017
Beginner's Feldenkrais Workshop, June 11, 1-3:30 pm, in Reno
At last! A Feldenkrais workshop for newbies, for people who have always wanted to take a Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement class -- but just haven't done it yet.
Well, here's your chance and what you'll learn:
The revolutionary Feldenkrais approach to using movement, self-sensing and self-awareness to improve flexibility, stability and comfort in standing, sitting and lying down. How this reconnects your brain and body, re-establishes your brain map and reduces pain.
We will explore basic movement and balance issues and identify options for improvement.
You will learn to begin to recognize and let go of tension and movement patterns that no longer work for you, that compromise your efficiency and comfort. To be playful about movement again!
The workshop will be 2 1/2 to 3 hrs long.
Cost will be $35.
Participants must sign up and pay in advance.
I will send you preliminary information and links. Please begin by watching the short videos on this website on the right hand sidebar if you haven't seen them yet.
The date has not been finalized; I will choose either a week day during the day, or a Sunday, depending on who signs up to attend.
If you want to reserve a spot in this workshop, contact me ASAP and state your day/time preference.
I won't be giving this workshop on days or times that conflict with my existing classes: --Tuesday 10-11:30 am, 600 S. Center St. --Thursday 6-7:30 pm at the Reno Buddhist Center, 820 Plumas St. --Saturday 3-4:30 pm, 600 S. Center St.